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noun as in person who aids another in achieving goal
With h2, Googlebot is able to open a single TCP connection to the server and efficiently transfer multiple files over it in parallel, instead of requiring multiple connections.
According to one of three indictments unsealed on Wednesday, defendant Jiang Lizhi boasted of his connections to China’s Ministry of State Security and claimed it provided him with legal protection “unless something very big happens.”
Whether you have the Google Assistant or Siri, you can manage your network connections by saying “turn Wi-Fi off” or “turn Wi-Fi on,” which works with Bluetooth, too.
Before Covid-19 connections and money could buy almost anyone the right to live pretty much anywhere they wanted.
In these different drawings, the connections remain the same, but the edges might be in different positions relative to one another.
But sources said that the evidence so far is pointing away from an ISIS connection.
It was original in how it treated Nixon and his connection to the right before 1968.
If someone wants to ensure a direct and secure connection, no entity, whether a hotel or otherwise, should be able to block it.
Rural churches were deserted, and the connection between the land and the bounty of harvests was gone.
There was no publicity at the time about the deal he made with an old connection from his days at Yale.
It was afterwards used as a schoolroom in connection with Winfield's factory.
In connection with this step the practice of melodies is useful, if one has musical taste.
For the purpose of ascertaining the Board's powers in this connection the opinion of the Attorney General has been requested.
And now let me come to the second problem we opened up in connection with college education—the problem of its extension.
In connection with this comes the consideration of slides and the finer modulations of tone-color, movement, and cadence.
On this page you'll find 199 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to connection, such as: contact, network, relation, acquaintance, agent, and ally.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.